Film poster for "Ink & Linda" with picture collage of man and woman.
Film poster for "Ink & Linda" with picture collage of man and woman.
He's in his twenties. She's in her seventies. Together, they are changing the face of street art


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BEST DOCUMENTARY - Dance Camera West 2022

Street Art • Dance • Creativity • Collaboration • Immigration • Vietnamese Americans • Aging • Family

Date of Completion: 2021 | Run Time: 70 minutes​​ | Language: English with English subtitles | Captions: Yes | Includes: Transcript | Director: Stuart C. Paul | Producers: Stuart C. Paul & Heather Matthews

INK & LINDA is a feature-length documentary chronicling the unexpected friendship and collaboration between Inksap, a Vietnamese American urban artist in his 20s, and Linda, an elder stateswoman of the modern dance scene in her 70s–as they team up to form LA’s most unlikely street art duo. Crossing the boundaries between generations and cultures, their story defies the conventions of art and society, exploring what it means to be an artist in today’s world. It is the story of a young man finding his identity; a woman in the last chapter of her life starting a new one; and of finding family where you least expect it.

Film Threat | Alan Ng
"Incredibly fascinating."

LA Dance Chronicle | Alice Alyse
"This picture is a positive influence of encouragement in life, motivation, and freedom. A performance street graffiti experience that makes a distinctive statement for all of us to see, understand, learn, and enjoy."

KPFK Film Club
"The kind of film that both delights and inspires."

"A celebration of diversity and differences."

LA Weekly | Shana Nys Dambrot
"The unconventional duo of Inksap and Linda Lack, PhD hail from radically divergent backgrounds, cross-pollinating to create art that neither one would have created alone."

Best Documentary | Dance Camera West 2022

Richmond International Film Festival
Chagrin Falls Documentary Film Festival
Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival